Cybersecurity and the Law, Part 2: Exploring the Specter of Digital Transnational Repression

Posted on Tue, 12 Jul 2022

At the international level, malware has become a tool of transnational repression – enabling governments to reach across national borders to silence and surveil dissidents. We speak with Siena Anstis, senior legal advisor at The Citizen Lab, about how digital transnational repression takes place, how it implicates human rights, and how governments around the world are responding to its occurrence.

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